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Decode the News

By M. E. Zurn, PhD

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Description

Breaking down this week's major news stories on a critical level, and giving you cutting edge sociological tools to better help you critically consume the media.

Customer Reviews

Useful, applicable, valuable

Ever read history books to see massive tumult happen to a huge group of people and be amazed that the people weren't fully aware of the time they lived in or, more rarely, *understood* WHY events happened to them?

We live in one of those times now.

And while our humanity remains the same we have new tools to help us understand our context and make better decisions.

Zee has a PhD from the London School of Economics and her co-producer, Jaime, has a Juris Doctorate in Law.

Through Jaime's authorship of the British History Podcast they've been able to provide the comfort of critical thinking, analysis historical context not only to my interest in history but tools I've been able to apply to my life and world around me.

And now Zee is able to express her logic, training and expertise of Social Sciences to help me understand the wild and tumultuous time I live in.

It's worth my time and money to learn from scholars who can give me tools to understand my world.

I'm confident that you'll find it useful too.

Informative and reasoned

Informative podcast that provides a reasoned view on the media. Provides facts for assertions. The only people who shouldn't listen to this are those who lack critical reasoning skills (hint: if you listen and feel mad, this means you).

Thumbs up

Worth a listen, particularly in the tumultuous times we currently live in.

Decode the News
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  • Category: News & Politics
  • Language: English

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